... standard flame about `... click <a ...>here</a>...'

Larry Masinter <masinter@parc.xerox.com>
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Date: Tue, 15 Feb 1994 23:20:14 --100
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Subject: ... standard flame about `... click <a ...>here</a>...'
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I know the discussion was about a totally different topic, but I
thought I'd repeat a standard flame:
`click *here*' is bad style:

   a) not everybody clicks.
   b) `here' isn't a good thing to link to.

Instead of 
	click *here* to see today's weather
	you can see *today's weather*